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Aston Villa vs Sheffield United Match Stats Preview

Aston Villa vs Sheffield United Match Stats Preview

Aston Villa are unbeaten in their last 14 home league games against Sheffield United (W8 D6) since losing 2-0 in January 1966.

Sheffield United have kept three clean sheets in their last four Premier League games against Aston Villa (W2 D1 L1), losing the other game 1-0 in September 2020.

Aston Villa have won their last five Premier League games against promoted sides, since a 3-0 loss at Fulham last season in what proved to be Steven Gerrard’s final game in charge. They last had a longer winning run vs promoted sides in the 1980-81 season, winning all six such matches in what was their last title winning campaign.

Aston Villa have won their last two Premier League games played on a Friday, as many as they had in their first 12 such games (D4 L6).

Aston Villa have won each of their last 15 Premier League home games; it’s their longest such run in their league history, while only three sides have won more consecutively at home in the Premier League – Liverpool (24 between 2019 and 2020), Manchester City (20 between 2011 and 2012) and Manchester United (19 between 2010 and 2011).

Sheffield United have won just two of their last 33 Premier League away games (D4 L27), winning 2-1 at Man Utd in January 2021 and 1-0 at Everton in May 2021. They’re the only Premier League side without a win on the road so far this season (D1 L7).

Aston Villa have won 25 Premier League games in 2023, their most top-flight wins in a single calendar year in their history. Only Manchester City (87) have won more points in the Premier League in 2023 than Villa (81).

Sheffield United have had the fewest shots (142) and the lowest xG (13) of any Premier League side so far this season. As it stands, their 8.4 shots-per-game is the lowest on record (since 1997-98) of any side in a single Premier League campaign.

Ollie Watkins has scored 49 Premier League goals and could become only the third player to hit 50 in the competition for Aston Villa after Gabriel Agbonlahor (74) and Dwight Yorke (60). He also has nine goals this season and has 10+ goals in all three seasons for Villa so far – the last player to score 10+ goals in four consecutive top-flight seasons for the club was Peter Withe (1980-81 to 1984-85).

Ollie Watkins needs one goal to have scored 10+ goals in each of his first four Premier League seasons – the Aston Villa frontman could be the first Englishman to achieve that since Robbie Fowler between 1993-94 and 1996-97.



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My Hack Stuff: Aston Villa vs Sheffield United Match Stats Preview
Aston Villa vs Sheffield United Match Stats Preview
Aston Villa are unbeaten in their last 14 home league games against Sheffield United (W8 D6) since losing 2-0 in January 1966.
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